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New-Skin Liquid Bandage Spray 28.5g
New-Skin Liquid Bandage Spray 28.5g
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2nd Skin Blister Pads 5 Count
2nd Skin Blister Pads
2nd Skin Blister Pads 5 Count
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Bandages and dressings are essential tools used in wound care. They serve various purposes depending on the type and stage of the wound. Here's a breakdown of the key terms to understand these products:


  • Wound Care: Bandages and dressings are used to protect wounds, promote healing, and prevent infection.

Types of Bandages & Dressings:

  • Dressings: These generally cover the wound directly and absorb fluids.
  • Bandages: These secure dressings in place and provide additional support to the wound area.


  • Adhesive: These bandages have a sticky surface that adheres to the skin, keeping the dressing secure.
  • Gauze: A traditional absorbent material used in dressings to soak up wound fluids.
  • Tape: Used to secure non-adhesive dressings or provide additional support.
  • Sterile: Essential for wounds to prevent infection. Ensure the packaging is intact before use.
  • Absorbent: These dressings soak up blood and other fluids from the wound, promoting healing.
  • Non-stick: These dressings minimize sticking to the wound itself, allowing for easier removal with less discomfort.
  • Compression: These bandages apply gentle pressure to the wound, helping to control bleeding and swelling.
  • Self-adhesive: These bandages adhere to themselves without needing tape, offering convenient application.


  • First Aid: For treating minor cuts, scrapes, and burns.
  • Trauma: For covering and protecting wounds sustained in accidents or injuries.
  • Surgical: Used in post-surgical procedures to protect the incision site.

Advanced Dressings:

  • Antimicrobial: These dressings contain agents that help prevent infection.
  • Hydrogel: These dressings create a moist environment that promotes healing.
  • Alginate: These dressings absorb large amounts of fluid and conform well to wounds.
  • Foam: These dressings are absorbent and comfortable to wear.
  • Silicone: These dressings minimize pain during dressing changes and may promote scar reduction.
  • Transparent: These dressings allow for wound visualization without removal.


  • Wound Closure: Some bandages like steri-strips help close minor wounds.
  • Hemostatic: These dressings help control bleeding.
  • Moisture Control: Certain dressings manage wound moisture to optimize the healing process.
  • Barrier: Bandages and dressings create a physical barrier to protect the wound from contaminants.

By understanding these terms, you can choose the most suitable bandages and dressings for your specific wound care needs. Remember, for serious wounds, always consult a healthcare professional.

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